White Ribbon Alliance

Sexual and Reproductive Health And Rights

WRA RESOURCES

These materials were created by White Ribbon Alliance in partnership with H6. The H6 is a joint effort by UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, UN Women, WHO and the World Bank Group, in order to support countries with high burdens of maternal, child and adolescent mortality and morbidity in their efforts to improve the survival, health and well-being of every woman, newborn, child and adolescent.



Briefing Kit: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

This briefing kit is intended for citizens who want to advocate for their involvement in accountability and monitoring mechanisms so that governments deliver on their sexual and reproductive health and rights commitments. We believe that when citizens are engaged and create awareness, and women and girls feel empowered to act as agents of change, local and national leaders hear their demands.

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Briefing Kit: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in South Asia

Governments around the world have made commitments to protect the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and adolescent girls. However, a lack of citizen-led accountability is resulting in violations of these rights, and gaps still remain in realizing governments’ commitments. We believe that when citizens are equipped, and women and girls are empowered with the knowledge and skills to effectively advocate and promote accountability for SRHR on national and global levels, positive change happens.

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Policy Brief: The Case for Engaging Citizens in Policymaking

Governments around the world have made commitments to protect the sexual and reproductive health and rights of their citizens. Today, gaps still remain in realizing these commitments. Governments need to engage their citizens in the policymaking and monitoring process in order to bridge this critical gap. Good governance exists when decision-makers are accountable to the public; processes are transparent; institutions and information are directly accessible.

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